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Morning Bag Skate: Chicago submits bid for 2018 World Junior Championships

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world.

Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago Blackhawks chairman Rocky Wirtz has submitted a bid to bring the 2018 World Junior Championships to Chicago.

Here's the latest news:


**Hawks chairman Rocky Wirtz submits bid for Chicago to host 2018 WJC (SCH)

**Hawks prospect Tyler Motte shines playing his style of game (ESPN Chicago)

**Niklas Hjalmarsson's diet (GQ)

Central Division

**Martin Brodeur's future is secure with Blues (St. Louis Game Time)

**Shea Weber may have started declining (On The Forecheck)


**Lou Lamoriello resigns as Devils president, hired as Maple Leafs general manager (Pension Plan Puppets)

**Leafs assistant GM Kyle Dubas discusses prospect development philosophy (Pension Plan Puppets)

**A Lou-k back or now we may have to fix the site name (In Lou We Trust)

**City of Glendale, Coyotes reach settlement (Five For Howling)

**Flames re-sign Lance Bouma to three-year deal (Matchsticks and Gasoline)

**Lance Bouma is the new Brandon Prust, and it's not good for the Flames (Matchsticks and Gasoline)

**Blue Jackets re-sign RFA center Michael Chaput to one-year deal (Jackets Cannon)

**Sabres sign Jerry D'Amigo to one-year, two-way deal (Die By The Blade)

**Tactical Formations: Zone Entries (Silver Seven)

**Three playoff teams who could miss in 2015-16, and three non-playoff teams who could get in (The Hockey News)

**Top 10 seasons by NHLers in their 40s (Sportsnet)

Hockey World

**OHL's Saginaw Spirit reach agreement with 2015 import selection (Spirit)